Interview with Into the Macabre, plus news on Things We Fear.

A couple of cool things this week: A new interview with me from Ken McKinley went up on Ken’s site Into the Macabre, and Ken will also be hosting a group read of Blood and Rain on GoodReads starting December 7th. If you are a GoodReads member and haven’t read my latest novel yet, now’s the time!  Join up HERE.

Thanks again to Ken for doing all this and making time for a new writer.

For those of you waiting for my next piece…Samhain Publishing has just added THINGS WE FEAR to their site. Pre-ordrs are open in January, release is March 1st.

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Summer has just begun, and fear is in season.

School’s out, and the faculty at Fairington Elementary School are free for the summer. Emily Young can’t deny her attraction to Aaron Jackson, the Ed Tech from her classroom, but she’s afraid of being hurt again. Meanwhile, Aaron is determined not to let his phobia of drowning prevent him from enjoying the sun and the sand of Maine’s best beach town.

But they’re about to learn real fear. Fairington is home to a monster. Phys Ed teacher Matt Holmes has more to offer the ladies than a perfect smile. He’s a killer and he’s got his sights set on Emily. Who at Fairington will conquer their fears? And who will fall to a psychopath’s hellbent rage?

 

Very exciting!  This  story was accepted and contracted by Don D’Auria, but edited by our fantastic new editor, Tera Cuskaden. She was awesome to work with. She definitely pushed me to make this one even better. I have nothing but great things to say about Tera. I think the Samhain roster is in good hands.

I’m looking forward to 2016, and also to making my Top 10 list from this year.  I’ve been trying to cram in as many new reads as possible. Feel free to comment on what you’ve loved so far.

Current Reads:

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We also said good-bye to Stone Temple Pilots front man, Scott Weiland. I enjoyed a ton of his material in and out of STP. I also got to see him live wit the band in 2010 in Boston.  Sometimes our pasts are too hard to outrun. I hope he’s found his peace.

 

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